Subject: Re: anoncvs overloaded?
To: John F. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Dublet <email@example.com>
Date: 06/28/2002 14:06:02
I would be willing to donate money to the project (the little I have to spare ;) although I wouldn't want to do it through paypal, shouldn't there be other options available prominently on the website?
It is in everyones interest to have fast CVS machines, or just reliable machines for the entire project. Although I thought the NetBSD project was a bit more funded than it really is. :)
I'm very willing to help the project, since I think it's the best thing since the invention of time.
John F. Woods(firstname.lastname@example.org)@2002.06.28 06:54:59 z:
> > "anoncvs" runs some NetBSD 1.5 version. So there is *no* buffer cache
> > problem on it. UBC and enough memory is what could help it really.
> > Right now the performance is disk bound.
> Just how much memory does anoncvs have? It looks like /usr/src is somewhere
> in the neighborhood of 600MB(*); assuming anoncvs doesn't have addressing
> limitations, it should be entirely practical(**) to put in enough memory to
> keep /usr/src on a RAM disk. (Hmm, a CVS repository would probably take
> somewhat more memory.)
> (*) 600MB? I *hope* I just have some loose object files lying around...
> (**) Assuming you can convince users to pony up a total of something like $200,
> which ought to be a snap.
> Even if it can't hold enough memory for a /usr/src RAM disk, passing the hat
> for enough memory to speed it up is probably not an absurd idea (again,
> assuming that it can actually hold substantially more than it has).
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